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Women Leaders of Hawaii - YWCA

Leader Luncheon 2010

Celebrate 33 Years of Women's Leadership in Hawaii

When: Friday June 18, 2010
11:00am to 1:30pm
Coral Ballroom
Hilton Hawaii Village

The YWCA of Oahu's Annual Leader Luncheon has been celebrating women leaders for their extraordinary gifts to our community since 1977.  These women leaders of Hawaii have been recognized for their talents, compassion and dedication making Hawaii a better place for all of us.  On June 18th, 2010 the YWCA of Oahu and the community will once again recognize 5 women who have raised the quality of our lives and shaped the future.  KGMB and Hawaii News Now will showcase each woman through the eyes of one of our female anchors/reporters Tannya Joaquin, Stephanie Lum, Grace Lee, Mari-Ela David, and Malika Dudley.  Women celebrating women will be memorable and a powerful way to highlight these amazing women. 

YWCA's Five Honorees for 2010 are:

Violeta Arnobit, CEO, Ace Medical, Inc.
Faye Kennedy, Long-time Civil Rights Advocate
Nanci Kreidman, CEO Domestic Violence Action Center
Nola Nahulu, Executive & Artistic Director, Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus
Leslie Wilcox, CEO PBS Hawaii

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